ACS awarded to build a hospital in the US for $840 million

ACS is expanding into North America. Turner, a subsidiary of ACS in the United States, has won a contract worth $840 million to build a medical center for veterans in Louisville, Kentucky.

The construction company won the competition through Wefaq joint project, with Walsh Construction. The company said in a statement that the complex is expected to start operating in 2025.

The medical center will replace the previous building located in the same city. The facility will have an area of ​​84,500 square meters and will accommodate 104 families. In addition, the hospital will include a car park and a utility unit.

The new facilities will integrate specially designed medical technologies In the care of military veterans who served in the United States Army. In addition, the center will have a special section for veterans.

In this year so far, Turner won two more major contracts in the United StatesThe first is $376 million to build a new hospital in Washington, D.C. The second, the construction of a new building at the University of California, Berkeley, which has already received at least $327 million in funding.

Another Spanish company, in this case Sacyr, has also chosen North American waterworks. In July, this company entered the bid for the construction of South Niagara Hospital (Canada), worth 672 million euros With two local groups.

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